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digital dwelling of andrew maury. digital developer @ecomloop in burlingame, ca. san matean nantucketer on a rantum scoot.
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Recognize progress and find solutions not new problems

Recognize progress and find solutions not new problems

There will always be new problems. Perfection isn't realistic or attainable.

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Time does not wait for perfect conditions

Time does not wait for perfect conditions

Keep going. Time does not wait for perfect conditions. Even small progress is better than standing still.

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It's much easier to balance on a moving bike

It's much easier to balance on a moving bike

Keep moving to find balance. It's much easier to balance on a moving bike.

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Approach projects with open learning mindset

Approach projects with open learning mindset

Identify common objectives and approach projects with open learning mindset.

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Devote time to efforts that enable growth

Devote time to efforts that enable growth

The best effots helps others grow.

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Declare objective & importance, allot time accordingly

Declare objective & importance, allot time accordingly

Declare objective & importance, allot time accordingly

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Acknowledge common desires work backwards towards understanding actions

Acknowledge common desires work backwards towards understanding actions

Acknowledge common desires work backwards towards understanding actions

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Approach activities with excitement

Approach activities with excitement

Excitement and joy shouldn't be put on hold due to outside, uncontrollable factors. Experience greatly depends on expecations, attitudes, and approaches.

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Self-reliance & proactive problem solving

Self-reliance & proactive problem solving

Self-reliance doesn't necessarily mean doing everything on your own. It's infeasible to be an expert in everything and making that a requirement will imppose limits.

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Something good comes from all experiences

Something good comes from all experiences

Something good comes from all experiences. Not looking for *everything* to be good because that's not true or realistic.

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